They're the compact cameras point-and-shooters have been waiting for, wrapped up in deliciously retro shells, and so forgive us if we drool a little over Fujifilm's new X20 and X100S cameras. Officially unveiled at CES and brought out for some shutterbug time at CP+ in Japan, the pair of cameras follow on from the already cult-status X10 and X100, with boosted autofocus, better sensors - 16-megapixels in the X100S and 12-megapixels in the X20 - and more.
Fujifilm has announced a new tele-conversion lens for its X100 and X100S digital cameras. We spent some hands-on time with the X100S digital camera at CES 2013 and it looked to be a high quality camera. Photographers out there using either of those Fujifilm digital cameras can now get a new tele-conversion lens that is called the TCL-X100.
Fujifilm has announced a couple of new compact shooters here at CES, the X20 and the X100S. Camera aficionados have been waiting a while for a successor to the X100, and it's finally here. Specifically, Fujifilm is claiming that the X100S has the world's fastest auto-focus of any camera, with a 0.8-second AF.
Salt-cellars at the ready, humans, because it's camera rumor time. Buoyed by the runaway success of the X100, Fujifilm is reportedly readying both entry-level and interchangeable lens versions. According to Canadian photographer Bob Todrick, a Fuji rep confirmed to him that the X200 - a point-and-shoot version of the X100 - is due for release this fall, while an X300 pro-version will arrive in 2012.
Photokina 2010 is upon us, so expect a flood of new digital cameras like Fujifilm's FinePix X100. The new compact camera delivers some seriously delectable retro style, with a 12.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor wrapped up inside, a Fujinon 23mm fixed focal length lens and - perhaps most interestingly - Fujifilm's new Hybrid Viewfinder.
IFA 2014 may be practically done, but the barrage of new products coming from Germany is far from over. In advance of Photokina taking place at Cologne next week, details of Fujifilm's next roster of camers and lenses have been leaked. It's quite a doozy, so let's get the ball running ASAP.
Fujifilm has officially launched the X-Pro1, a beautifully retro camera pairing rangefinder styling with a 16-megapixel APS-C sensor and interchangeable lenses. Revealed at CES this morning - though leaked last week - the X-Pro1 is a litany of Fujifilm goodness: the company's EXR processor paired with its X-Trans sensor, and a second-gen version of the hybrid viewfinder that so impressed on the X100.
Fujifilm's great gush of digital cameras this morning missed out one gem, the Fujifilm X-Pro 1, an interchangeable lens camera building on the successful X100. Packing a custom 16-megapixel APS-CMOS sensor, according to a prematurely posted press release, along with a new filter array and proprietary EXR processor, the X-Pro 1 will initially be offered with a choice of three Fujinon prime lenses.
If you are, a fan of the smaller mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses Fujifilm has a new one you might want to consider. Fujifilm has unveiled the new X100 camera system and at this point, it's not clear if the camera is a micro four thirds offering or some other sort of offering. The camera is expected to launch next spring. It's worth noting right up front that the photos here are not the new camera system, but the fixed lens X100.
Fujifilm's deliciously retro-styled X100 digital camera is one of the specific products called out as delayed by the current Japanese crisis, and that's having a significant impact on what was already a high-demand model. eBay auctions for the X100 are reaching in excess of $2,200 with time still to run, more than twice the Fuji's list price.